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Old 01-17-2005, 02:29 PM
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I was sitting at the computer when in comes Princess, has a toy and wants to play. So I throw it, she runs to get it, brings it back, I throw it, she goes running to get it, brings it back. I throw it a 3rd time just as the cat comes into the line of fire, she sits on the toy. Princess runs to the toy but stops short, stands there and whines, she then sits and whines the hole time wanting so badly to get her toy. She stretches her leg out to try to grab it with her paw without getting to close, almost touches it and she backs away and whines. She walks around whining then goes off to the end of the hallway to lay and whine. The fun ends for the cat so she stands up and gracefully walks away, here runs Princess as fast as she can, grabs her toy and runs to me to toss it again. I laughed so hard at her, its obvious this cat has her trained.
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Old 01-17-2005, 06:26 PM
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I guess the cat runs your house too!
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Old 01-17-2005, 06:28 PM
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ROFL! That sounds about right!
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Old 01-17-2005, 06:37 PM
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Brady will just run my cat over. I really wish my cat would be more assertive and let him know who is boss between them sometimes. But she loves him so she puts up with the torture.....
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Old 01-17-2005, 09:20 PM
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That's so precious!!! My dogs and cats play "bathtub games". My dogs like to drink out of the tub spigot when I'm in the bathroom. They think it's magic that it will all of a sudden turn on when they stick their head through the curtain and start licking the spigot Anywho, My golden's got it down to watch for cats first. The Mamma cat, who can be quite feisty, will get inbetween the shower curtain and the liner and just wait to STRIKE a DOG when they go in to drink! Well, Eli, my golden, had gotten this down and knows to go in gently to make sure she's not there. My lab, however, hasn't gotten this smart yet. And he will go in and get a SWAP every time!!!Well, he finally got smart to look out for Mamma Ruby, first. Meanwhile, Mamma cat has gotten smarter and decided she won't just wait for the lab on the tub's edge in between the curtain and liner, but she will wait down in the tub in the water and strike! Last time it happened my lab just freaked out and it was like he yelled "DARN IT!!! FOILED AGAIN!!!". They're so cute...

Everytime I'm in the bathroom she jumps into the sink and I turn the water on and she plunges her entire head into the stream to drink from it...
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Old 01-17-2005, 09:23 PM
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EliNHunter -

My cat does the same thing. she actually sits in my dark bathroom and waits for me to come in there in the morning and right as I walk in she scares me with a really loud meow everytime so that I will tun on the water for her and she can drink and drink until her furry little heart is content.
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Old 01-17-2005, 10:14 PM
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My cat does the same thing. she actually sits in my dark bathroom and waits for me to come in there in the morning and right as I walk in she scares me with a really loud meow everytime so that I will tun on the water for her and she can drink and drink until her furry little heart is content.
Isn't it precious?! My Mamma Ruby actually sleeps in the sink because she wants to catch me any moment I've gone in the bathroom. I open the faucet and she just lets it drench her head/face as she laps it up. I've made sure her H20 fettish isn't a health issue. And it isn't (so far!)...
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